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. are these people be asked to buy the policy and things they don't need? >> the reason they are being cancelled they are not adequate to the new rules of the law, and the thing that is not adequate is they don't cover everything they need to be covered and the policies may not have prescription drug coverage or doctor visits, and the new policies that are being sold have to offer that stuff. >> they offer protections on not being covered for preconditions. >> yeah. >> when you hear these stories like men being asked to buy maternity coverage, for example, it's a great headline. >> right. >> can you talk about the idea of individual versus group insurance with risks? >> the whole idea of insurance is that you pool the risk of all kind of health care you need, from maternity to hospice care, and that's what medicare and medicaid does and group insurance and the only group that has not had that is people in the individual market, and this gives them the same comprehensive coverage everybody else has. >> if you didn't do that, then women when they become pregnant would suddenly have to pay more, an
him in time. >> as if they don't risk their lives enough. unbelievable! we'll see you back here at the top of the hour. >> and we look forward to it. but first, "sanjay gupta md" starts right now. >>> hey, there! time in london on assignment and there's a pharmaceutical company here i'll tell you who is trying to turn secretly grown marijuana, weed, into a serious medicine. i'm going to tell you about medical marijuana here in the united kingdom. also, new guidelines are out on drugs to lower your cholesterol. you have to listen to this. a lot more people will be prescribed these medications, up to 70 million people. but for many, there's a better alternative. i'll tell you what it is. and a device like this, can it really tell if you just got hit hard enough to have a concussion? but first, as you may know, i travelled the world in search of new, sometimes alternative therapies to treat people. the answer is not always pharmaceutical medicines. and as i found this year, marijuana can sometimes help when nothing else does. but legally, it is so difficult to obtain in many places
." that's 9:00 eastern right here on cnn. i'm don lemon. the cnn newsroom is back live at the top of the hour. in the meantime, here's dr. sanjay gupta. >>> hey there. i'm in london on assignment. and there's a pharmaceutical company here that is trying to turn secretly grown marijuana, weed, into a medicine. >>> also, new guidelines are out on drugs to lower your cholesterol. a lot more people will be prescribed them, up to 70 million people. but for many, there's a better alternative. >>> and a device like this. can it really tell if you just got hit hard enough to have a concussion? >>> but first, as you may know, i travel the world in search of new, sometimes alternative therapies to treat people. the answer is not always pharmaceutical medicines. as i found this year, marijuana can sometimes help when nothing else does. but legally it is so difficult to obtain in many places around the world, including right here in the uk. but you're about to meet jamie, who has done something not previously thought possible, and could offer a glimpse of the future of medical marijuana. >> a
. there are elephants in the room that you walk around. why is cousin joey got blond hair? shhh, we don't talk about it. what is happening to derrick and sara? shhh. we don't talk about it. >> right. >> how long -- how many drinks has uncle arthur -- shhh, we don't talk about it. this is a time for backbone and steel because, frankly, only the brave get out of this in one piece. >> and if there's a lot of drinking, then all of a sudden you're talking about everything. nothing's off the table. >> exactly. >> is it psychological warfare, wendy? >> in some ways it can be, one of the things richard is talking about, you're talking about from the other side of the pond, where there's a lot of repression and here in america we talk about too many things and we need to learn to restrain ourselves a little bit. >> i don't know if you've met richard quest yet. he doesn't fit your stereotypical across the pond. >> i need a few sessions on your sofa to get rid of my repression. >> but i do think, listen, we get together, sanjay, for one reason. remember, our ancient people, our biology remembers this, we get toge
, you know, i don't -- again, it's hard to know for sure, but did you -- did you buy it? did you feel that it was -- that it was a real story? >> well, you know, i said to her, you know, there are a lot of skeptics, and she said, look, i'm my own greatest skeptic, i tell you this story and i still don't believe it all these years later. did i buy it? i mean, when you put all the pieces together, it's hard not to buy it. she was under the water for 30 minutes. in her canoe in this chilean river, and these chilean men came out of nowhere to save her. and this rock appeared out of nowhere, came up from under the water so the people who were trying to save her could actually get to her. and she says that was all after she had sort of given it up to god and let herself go and just accepted the fact that what was going to happen was going to happen. what they told her, i don't want to spoil everything, but all these things that the souls told her, and she talks about having a conversation with jesus and all these things that they told them, did end up coming true in her life, and she unders
don't make up the bulk of your diet but they might make up the treat portion of your deet diet except for margarine which is a fairly significant part of often a household's cooking. >> how do you see our landscape of food sort of changing, then, when these type of foods go away? do they go away? >> well, you know, there's still going to be a certain amount of allowable trans fats and there are also naturally occurring trans fats that happen in an animal's body, but as for the artificial stuff, funny thing is, new york city banned trans fats in restaurants and in bakeries back in 2007. now new yorkers we're a pretty cantankerous bunch, we yell a lot about things that displease us, and the funny thing is the follow-up studies found that new yorkers didn't actually notice the difference all that much, which is -- but there was a significant health benefit that they found that people were eating a fair amount less trans fat but not necessarily noticing the taste difference. so, it's incumbent upon the manufacturers to be able to do that pretty seamlessly and put in some more beneficial f
be more expensive, it might cover more but it's more expensive. and they don't -- are these people being asked to buy something that they don't need? what would you tell those folks? >> well, the reason those policies are being canceled is because they don't -- they're not adequate to the rules of the new law, and the thing that's not adequate about them is they don't cover everything that they need to cover, the policies that are being canceled might not have prescription drug coverage, they might not cover doctor visits. the new policies that are being sold have to cover all that stuff. >> and they offer certain protections in terms of, again, not being discriminated against on pre-existing conditions. people get sick, sometimes people could be dropped or their premiums go could up, all those sorts of things. >> the whole purpose of the new law was to replace the individual insurance market which has not worked well for people with anything wrong for them for many years. >> when you hear the stories about men being asked to buy maternity coverage, for example. it's a great headline. >>
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